The Don Diego was 44M in length with 3 masts made from iron barque built in 1855 in Greenock. She was scuttled on the 26th May 1916. The wreck requires careful planning is it is near the main shipping lanes.
Certification: Tech60Depth: 72M
Certification: OWDepth: 80M
Lonsdale Wall is one of Australia’s little know but premier dive locations. Starting at 12M with ledges around every 10M you can dive to whatever depths you wish and find all sorts of topography and sea life. It is dived every weekend by local and visiting divers alike.
Certification: OWDepth: 8M
While it is seldom dived and little known by divers, this little gem has soft sponge in every colour you can think of. It is a haven for small fish that can amuse themselves in the kelp that rises around .7M from the sandy floor. As it is around 9 Read more [...]